Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Melinda Pillsbury Foster, Is Mentally ill we are not sure what she has but her story's never add up. Melinda is in a state of mind close to Schizophrenia. She has Delusions, Melinda makes things up and believes them. Her Sentences do not make sence to anyone who knows her. Melindas Personal hygiene has always been bad and the way she dresses.Melinda also has told people she is good at cooking and many other things that we all know she is not capable of in anyway. Melinda Pillsbury Foster is getting worse with age. Her blogs show her illness as well. Melinda Pillsbury Foster never met James Dean that is a fantasy.

Signs and Symptoms
Schizophrenia is a mental illness that usually strikes in late adolescence or early adulthood, but can strike at any time in life. The signs and symptoms vary from individual to individual, but all people with the disorder show one or more of the following symptoms:
1. Delusions: These are beliefs that are not true, such as feeling people are following or trying to hurt them, believing other people can read their minds, or beliefs that they have special powers or abilities.
2. Hallucinations: This usually takes the form of hearing voices that are not there, but people with schizophrenia may also see, smell, taste, and feel things that are not there.
3. Bizarre behavior: This can be expressed in many different ways. In short, the individual behaves in ways that seem inappropriate or strange to other people.
4. Disorganized speech: The individual speaks in ways that are hard to understand. For instance, sentences might not make sense, or topic of conversation changes with little or no connection between sentences. Sometimes speech is completely incomprehensible.
5. "Negative symptoms": This includes lack of motivation or interest, diminished cognitive functioning, and decreased emotional expression. Individuals may lose interest in attending to their own personal hygiene, have little interest in interacting with others, and rarely seem to feel or express strong emotions.